NetClarity Founder & CTO Joins New England Information Security Group's Board of Directors

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Security Expert Gary Miliefsky to Provide Guidance to Group and Act as a Liaison Between the Group and the Security Industry

NetClarity, a leading provider of network vulnerability products and services, today announced that Gary Miliefsky, founder and chief technology officer, has joined the New England Information Security Group’s (NEISG) board of directors. NEISG provides educational and networking opportunities for individuals and organizations interested in securing their technical infrastructure.

“We are pleased to welcome Gary Miliefsky to NEISG’s board of directors,” said Brad Dinerman, founder and president of NEISG. “Gary has presented high-quality, in-depth security presentations to the group and is an active contributor to the online TechTips forum. His strong background, combined with his views on and enthusiasm for IT security, will help provide new directions for NEISG’s growth, operations and development.”

“NEISG is a terrific organization that helps the community through its technical advice and charitable work,” said Gary Miliefsky, who is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®). “I look forward to working with NEISG’s board to assist in the group's programming as well as acting as a liaison between the group and the security industry.”

Mr. Miliefsky joins other well-known information security experts on NEISG’s board of directors. The other members are:

  •      Tom Austin, whose 18 years of experience in the high tech industry includes work at the U.S. Department of Commerce, NAI Japan and Network Associates;
  •     Paul Bowen, who works as contact CIO support for the US Air Force’s Electronic Systems Center;
  •     Josh Lutz, a network analyst for Goodwin Proctor, LLP;
  •     Tom Sullivan, who has worked for Microsoft since 1994 and has been in the software industry for over 27 years.

NEISG membership is free and all meetings, which include presentations, networking opportunities and educational experiences, are open to the public. The group also holds an annual, charitable fund-raising event to generate donations to a selected charity. For information on becoming a member of NEISG, just log onto the membership page on the group’s Web site, http://www.neisg.org/membership.

About the New England Security Group

Founded in 2002, the New England Information Security Group (NEISG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting information security through education and networking. It has a worldwide membership of nearly 1,000, most of whom are from the metropolitan Boston area, that includes IT administrators, managers, law enforcement personnel, the media, educators and others interested in getting or staying on the cutting edge of information security. Monthly meetings are open to the general public and free of charge. In addition to meetings and educational events, NEISG provides an electronic communications forum (listserv) to the general membership to discuss issues related to information security. For more information, please visit http://www.neisg.org.

About NetClarity

NetClarity is a leader in network vulnerability products and services for small and medium-size businesses and the only SC Magazine Five Star recipient in this class, named Best Buy in an Independent Test against leading competition. The Auditor™ product line includes the world's first patented clientless Vulnerability Quarantine System (VQS™), a Zero Footprint™ endpoint security solution for preemptive, proactive protection. Auditor™ enables customers to clearly see and better protect their network assets, identifying with pinpoint accuracy the root causes of data leakage, regulatory compliance gaps and network downtime using MITRE's CVE® standard. Based in Bedford, Massachusetts, NetClarity is privately held. For more information, visit http://www.netclarity.net.

NetClarity, Auditor, Zero Footprint, VQS and the NetClarity logo are trademarks of NetClarity. All rights reserved. All other marks may be the property of their respective titleholders.

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